Marriott Marquis Washington D.C. provides wireless audio and universal charging

The new Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C. has partnered with Acoustic Research, producers of audio and charging solutions, to bring guests SoundFlow. Designed to meet hotel needs, SoundFlow provides wireless audio and universal charging as a simple and worry-free way to charge smartphones and break free from the restraints of Bluetooth and docks.

Simplicity and convenience is at the core of what the SoundFlow Hotel Clock Radio strives to bring to hotel guests.  It allows guests to listen to music wirelessly without the hassle of pairing or connecting to a device.  Simply place the smartphone on the soundmat and press play. The clock radio’s “no worry” battery backup provides guests with assurance that they will never miss their alarm as time settings are saved even if power is lost.

The clock radio is simple to use so that guests can easily play music from their smartphones, eliminating the need to call the front desk for docking or pairing help.  Since it does not require a dock, upgrade and replacement investments are practically eliminated when manufacturers change dock connectors, allowing for additional savings for the hotel property.

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